Elite Leather Creations is a reputed name in the industrial safety gloves. Our products are made with hi-tech machineries. We are offer wide range of industrial gloves for various applications depending upon different specifications and requirements.

In order to give a quick view of glove structure and manufacturing specifications we are sharing Gloves Guide so that you may get more out of your pair of Gloves.

Leather gloves are best for protection from rough objects, sparks and heat, and for cushioning from blows in heavy duty work requirements. All kinds of leather provide comfort, durability, dexterity, mild heat resistance and abrasion protection. These advantages make leather a traditional favorite for industrial workers.

Styles & Patterns

• Leather Palms, Gunn Patterns – For protection from rough objects, sparks, heat and cushioning from blows in heavy duty work requirements.
• Leather Palms, Clute Patterns – Greatest economy glove offering leather protection.
• Drivers – Allow more dexterity when operating heavy machinery and vehicles.
• Welders – Provide protection for welding and heat applications.
• Mig/Tig Welders – afford a fine touch in low heat applications.

Types Of Leather

• Cow – Cow leather is the most commonly used leather within the glove industry due to its plentiful availability. The United States and Australia produce the majority of these hides. The advantages include comfort, durability, excellent abrasion and breathability. Chrome tanning of this leather provides greater wear and heat resistance.
• Goat – Independent tests have proven this to be a stronger and more durable leather. The natural lanolin produced by goats help to create the softest, most abrasion resistant leather. This leather is highly recommended for applications requiring tactile sensitivity.

Cuts Of Leather

• Grain – Grain leather is the smooth external side of the hide. This type of leather provides durability and dexterity
• Split – Split leather is the rougher internal side of the hide. The three different types of split leather is side, shoulder or belly split.
o Side Split – comes from the rib area of the animal. This part of the leather is more durable and provides the greatest protection because of its greater density of fibers.
o Shoulder Split – is more economical than side, but less durable. The additional movement in this shoulder area creates less fibers and a more visable texture difference.
o Belly Split – is the most economical; however, it has the least consistency of texture and appearance.
• Leather
For protection from rough objects, sparks and heat and for cushioning from blows in heavy duty work requirements. All kinds of leather provide comfort, durability, dexterity, mild heat resistance and abrasion protection. These advantages make leather a traditional favorite for industrial workers.

Types of Leather

• Cow
Cow leather is the most commonly used leather within the glove industry due to its plentiful availability. The United States and Austrailia produce the majority of these hides. The advantages include comfort, durability, excellent abrasion and breathability. Chrome tanning of this leather provides greater wear and heat resistance.
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• Goat
Independent tests have proven this to be a stronger and more durable leather. The natural lanolin produced by goats helps to create the softest, most abrasion-resistant leather. This leather is highly recommended for applications requiring tactile sensitivity.

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Cuts of Leather

• Grain
Grain leather is the smooth external side of the hide. This type of leather provides durability and dexterity.

• Split
Split leather is the rougher internal side of the hide. The different types of split will be side, shoulder or belly split.

• Side split leather comes from the rib area of the animal. This part of the leather is the most durable and provides the greatest protection because of its greater density of fibers.

• Shoulder split leather is more economical than side, but less durable. The additional movement of the animal in this shoulder area creates less fibers and a more visible texture difference.

• Belly split leather is the most economical; however, it has the least consistency of texture and appearance